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A Beautiful Picture Film of
Is now being exhibit' d at the
All Ladies who have entered as candidates the BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST, or
desire to do so, will be given ComplimentaryTickets to the Art "theater. This .offer is good only until
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Saturday evening. Tickets re good for both1 Matinee and Evening shows. v ' " . .
In addition to the Yosemite Views an, interesting program of pictures . 'fnnfoct lUanarfrir Riillotin Affia
and music is given at the Art, Apply for tickets to the UJIllClM Mdllflgt. , DUIICUI) UIIIUE .
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IN THE BULLETIN'S OKEAT DOUBLE POPULAR.
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LADIES OF HAWAII, TO Y03EMITE NATIONAL PARK
AND TOUR OF CALIFORNIA.
THE ACCOMPANYING NOMINATING BALLOTS ore
good for 3000 FREE VOTES in the Evening
Bulletin's GREAT DOUBLE POPULAR-VOTE
CONTEST which openi SATURDAY. March 8,
1910, an if clipped out and properly filled in, will entitle
.the woman whose name appears thereon to 3000 Vote.
These coupons must be properly filled in, riving the full
name and address and the district in which the candi
dates live, and must be deposited at the EVENIN.G
BULLETIN office on or before MARCH S.
Each contestant is allowed only ore ot these ballots,
and if more than one appears for the tame contestant, they
will be thrown out and notcountcd.
JW Remember, the contest opens SATURDAY, MARCH 5,
1010, and those who intend proposirg tome young woman
in this popularity racs should do so at once. All you havo,
to do to enter someone of your choice is to clip this cou
pon from this issue of the BULLETIN, and mail or
bring same to the BULLETIN office, and when tht
first announcement of the names is mode she will have
3000 votes opposite her name.
You may, if you wish, nominate, candidates for
both a Trip and Chaperone Contestant. '
, Good for 3000. Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March1 5tfr
I hereby nominate as 'a candidate in the Even
ing B u 1 1 e t i n's Double Popular-Vqte. Contest, for
Mrs , - 1- . . . r
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Nominated by '. . .'r,
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Only the first Nomination Coupon received for
each candidate will count for 3000 votes. Fill out all
the; lines of, this coupon and mail or bring to' the Con
test Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
3000 Votes .'
You may, if youwish, nominate candidates for
both a trip and Chaperone Contest. -
Trip Contestant Nomination
Good for 3000 Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
I hereby nominate' as a candidate in the Even
ing Bulletins Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
Irip Contestant in District No. ,
Miss . t
Nominated by . . . ., '..'.
Only the first Nomination Coupon received for each
candidate will coint for 3000 votes. Fill out all the
lines of this coupon and mail or bring to the Contest
Dspartmcnt, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
Address all inquirtes to , ' ' '
, tytanager, Contest Department,
Evening Bulletin, -
Honolulu T.Hr '
JAMES B. MC SWANSON will have charge of the con
test for the Bulletin.
OFFICE HOURS 11 a. in. to 1 p. m.j 3:30 p. m. to
4:30 p. ra.
INTEREST CENTERING IN .
C ANDI DATES for CUAPERONE
Several Candidates Have
Books And Begun
! TIic excellent picture Dim of
U tho ocmlti Vulley'belnrf ex
it MbtlPct at tlio Ait Theater this'
U week it attracting the inten
ts tlon of tho ladles who aru going
tt to he cbnteatanla In the 11 u I-
tt lo tin's Popularity Content.
tt Compllmcntnry tickets ore be
lt ItiK Issued- to prospective candl-
dates by the 11 it II o 1 1 n. Any
tt lady who will signify her Inten
ts tlon to bo a candidate In this
St contest, will bo supplied with .
IS ono ot Ihcto, ticket.
Indication of Interest.
If the number of inquiries received
dully In regard to, the content are any
indication of interest, this contest Is
going to be one of the greatest ovor
conducted by tho ii u 1 1 o 1 1 n. Three
of the projective candidates called at
tho nu lib tin ofllco today and wero
supplied with tho, contestants'' sub
scription books, with which to begin
collecting subscription meney, No
votes will bo Isencd until 'Monday,
March 6, but any money collected now
by tho contestants can he retained
until that date, 'and whorr presented
at this orjleo votes 'will be Issued ac
cording to, mo, schedule printed below.
The Chaperone, Selection,
The matrons' of tho' Islands seem to
have nil ppibved tho plan to elect tho
cjiaporone by popular '6te. All the
married women who havo commented
on this part ot tho contest have. un
reservedly said that thoy believed tl)ot
ii was just woat .should nave been dope
In tho past, contexts when youris ladles
.w'ero elected to' (ravel to the mainland.
Thero will be some difficulty "tpeil
ence'd by tho Bulletin readers in
.making the selection, though, because
so many estimable women ure going to
bo, nominated. ,
Chaperone a Candldate-at-Large, .
Thero seems to bo a slight misun
derstanding nd to jiBt how tho chape
rone Is to bo selected In this contest.
Tho, names of all matrons submitted
to this office will bo entered as candi
dates for chaperone honorsexcepting
such as tho D ii 1 1 o t i n management
.will deem it 'advisable to bar. Tho
votes for tho chaperone will bo. Issued
On tho same coupon as the 'one that
is given out for the young ladles,, run
ning as district contestants. It'can bo
teadlly seen fioni (his plan that a ma
tron and a young' lady can combine
their campaign efforts and work to
pether, as they will not bo opponents.
No doubt some of tho contestants havo
already arranged to do this., but it
.they have not, tho contest manager
'will gladly explain in detail to all can-'1
didatos how this can bo done, if they
will call nt the Bulletin office dur
ing tho hours given in the contest ad
vertisement.' THE DISTRICTS ARE A8 F0LL0W8
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County ol Honolulu. ,
District No. 2 includes the County
District r'o. 3 Includes the County
District No. 4 laclndes the Coantr
Dcn't forget the candidate foi
chaperone are eandldatee-at-large.
You may take the trip any tlmo you
ohoose, singly or in groups.
VOTES ON 6UBSCnirTION AL-
, LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One months subscription to the
Evening Bulletin oil nib
scrlpttori, 100' votes,' now subscrlp
tlon, 125 votos.
Three months' subscription to the
I v o n I n g Ilulletl n Old
soriptlon, 3S0 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
g tJCS'I n" Wrli u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scflVtlon; spo votes; new subscription,
1000., votes. .
rOne year's subscription to tho
Evening' Dulloti n Old sub-
It t Bcrlptlon, 2000 votes; new subscrip
ts i tlon, 2500 totes.
"I FJvo years' subscription to the
"Evening1 BuH'otl'n Old sub
H scrlptlon, 15,000. votes; new subscrlp-
linn QA AAA
One year's subscription to the
W;ktCBullettn Old subscrip
tion', 100 votes; new subscription, 125
vptoe.- . .
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly 'Bulletin Ofd aubscrlp-
-jUn.iu votes; new auoscripuon;
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEkLY BULLETIN IS
' T'A8 FOLLOWS
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Evening' Bulletin, 75 cents.
Three montl.b" subscription to the
'8lx months' subscription to the
Evening t?ullotln, $4.00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening Uullotln, $8.00.
Five years' subscription to the
One year's, subscription to the'
Weekly Bulletin. $1.00, ' '
Five years' subscription to the
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ROPER AT THE NOVELTY.
Nan J. Asplnwall, known profes
Monally as "Tho Mountain Olrl,"
champion lady lariat twlrler of tho
world, which title she won while at
the) Madison Squaro Garden in Now
York City, will glvo an exhibition for
tho last tlmo in Honolulu tho last
three days ot this week. The act con
lists ot technical work with a rope
nnil Is the best over seen in this coun
try. She earned her tttlo honestly
and by exceedingly hard work,. The
feature of her act la' the roping ot a
person using two ropes, roping both
urms at once, throwing two half
hitches at the same 'time, (jn feet,
hands, and head, using' both hands,
Sho opens a sixty-five foot. halt-Inch,
linen rope on foot, tier prize, silver!
mounted saddle, made, by h. D. 8tono
of San Francisco, is an' exhibition at
C. It. Collins, Bethel street, as Is also
her hair bridle. Upon leaving Hono
lulu Bhe will bo direct to San Fran
cisco to cloco her agreement to take
n' transcontinental ride; from San
Francisco to New York alono on
The "Pilnccss .Omene," doing her
East Indian danco. continues to draw
good .homos nightly. N
Edna Wall. In popular songs and
the new moving pictures complete tho
best bill tho house hns had. .
Teeth preserved to middle age
are pretty sure to last out one's life
time. The greatest known pre
servative of the teeth and purifier
of the mouth' is Sozodont Liquid.
It penetrates the minutest crevices
of the teeth destroying the deadly
, mouth acids. Its antiseptic effect
in -the mouth is most lasting.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agent?,
Editor' E v o n I n g 'Bulletin:-
would say that tho Parade was ono
of tho best of Its kind that 1 havo
seen. Being a traveling man 1 nat
urally take quite an. Interest in any'
thing that, helps a town, but what
strikes nro as an odd thing is that the
Judges In awarding prizes' don't seem
to, take any interest In the arttBtic
tasto and nontnea of a llcui 'uioru
than a child with a toy. All that gilt
tors Is not gold. That German float
was the real thing, yet tho Orientals
got tho prize. No doubt sentiment
had something to do .with It.
I como hero every year from Now
York, where, when a parade Is on,
outsldo of a circus, all cars stop; even
In 'Frisco. Yesterday was the limit
on your local "Rapid" transit, cut'Jug
in at King street, and 'their' excuse
.made In .tho morning paper, which 1
understand the said manager WHb urn
iiectod with before he took up, rail
roading, may account for asc.dent
naws uot mentioned in your way.
Now wlthou any "Blnffem" talk tho
E v o.n I n g Bulletin expresses tno
sentiments of Honolulu business men
from' wuat,4hoy tell mo. It has really
more news and less "hot air" of the
Oo to It and you will wlmout. ,
.Street 'railroads havo. no soul at
their best and' what they want .and
get In their wayMs "dollars.;' ,If ,an;-,
thing happens to tho riding public,
why It's always tho public's fault, not
tho railroad, 'That "legal obligation"
oxctiso; getB your nervo and "without
, , Yours,
''A". TRA,VEUNO SALESMAN.
HEAD, BAC( AND LEG3 ACHE?
Acho nil over? Throit roro, with
chill?? That Is lx Grippe. Perry
DvU'. Painkiller will break it up If
trtUcn1 promptly. All doalerB, 25ct 36c
".ml -crxi l)ottlei. x
Tho Hawaiian band wlllglvo a pub
lie concert, this evening at tho Pleas
anton Hotel at 7:30 o'clock. Tho fol
lowing program will be rendered: ,1
Introduction Carmen Bizet j
ovorturo Hamo Valentino .J.. Suppo
Finale Hlgoletto ....,; Verdi'
Selection Madame Butterfly. .Puccini
Vocal HawnHan Songs., ar by Berger
Selection Throe Twins lloscho
Gavotte Olowworm .. ..s Llnke
Finale Good Comrades Telke
Tho Star Spangled Banner. .
(Special to tho n.ul)oUn) ,
Keanae, Maul, Feb. 21. Tho Ke:i
In.. . nh nAl 1r..nA nf..MHnlnn'. kl.ll, Jm,
muu bviiuui bdii noaniUHLUUB uiiilluaj'L
uy imvint, sunie iminuuc exer.i-ins in
Monday, February 21. ' Tho progrum
Pong by First Grade.
Address, by Principal-Abel V!
fc'ong by Receiving Grad;
Monologue by Elsie" Saunderi
Monol iguo by Henry Knlll.
Monologuo by J 110. Kaitnu.
Song oy First oi'd Receiving firades.
Monologuo by Y.v Yau.
Flag Drill by. ltrcolvlng Qr.ide.
'My Country 'tis of The?."
'Star tpangl9.1 I.anner."
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can obtam the identical shoe style that are
now bona worn by women oi fashion in New
York, and other metropolitan centre? Do
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MOVING PICTURE SHOW
FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL
Church Will Draw Children With
Theatres; Attracts Members
x ' With "Gym."
.' Men's Laundry a Specialty
.r" All Hand Wprk and Careful Attention
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
ST. LOUIS, Fobruary 4. Tho pretty
little cards used to attract children
toward regular attendance at Sunday
school havo been supplemented In the
Union Methodist Episcopal Church by
tlckots to a moving, picture show.
Commencing Sunday each child will
get a ticket to a show Iho following
Sunday afternoon In the church base
ment. A regular nickelodeon equip
ment has been purchased,
Tho church has a stuff ot six attor
neys, who, spend pach Sunday evening
In the church giving legal advice freo
to members of tho congregation.
A gymnasium and swimming pool,
with a physical director, will bo addod
to the church equipment Fobruary
a a u a :: a it a a a a a a tt a a t: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
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lfcsB method, and corporations, will not
havo to maintain lqbblos nt Washlifg-
An accident occurred Tuesday
when the troops started to the city
to parade. The, '2nd Uuttallou, 20th
Infuntry, wns in line waiting for
transportation at the end of tho car
ilpe,.and, tho' cavalry came by. The
road, was crowded with many vehi
cles nnd an auto ran up behind ono
ot the cavalry band horses and the
horse became' excited, wheeled and
fell on the rldor, breaking two ribs
and cracking his shoulder. The man
Is now in the Fort Shatter1 hospital.
The entry In the parade Jjlcyclo
section from Fort .Shutter, by Trl
yatp Frank Merwcr, Company O,
won second prize.
On account of the battalion par
ticipating In tlio parade Tuesday, pn
Wednesday all duty was' suspended
except the necannry guard and fa
A good fast gamo of basketball
was played at the post gymnasium
On account of the work going on
on the parade ground, guard mount
Is now being held on the lawn be
tween Company F' and Company II.
It has been ordered' that tho men
on tho ball team win be excused
from gymnasium drills.
Tho band and first squadron, 5th
Cavalry, that have, been encamped
at Fort Shaftor for tlio" past three
days, fpr the purpose ot attending
tho Floral Parade, broke camp Wed
nesday mornlag nt 8 o'clock and
,stnrtcd on their Journey homo to
Schofleld Darracks. y t
' Sergeant llartou, TroqV'Ii 5th Cav-.
nlry, Schofleld Uarracks, H. I., 'hns
been ordered to roport' nt Fort Shaf
tor forjned'lial treatment by, the
tlrst available trauspor.vtlon.